Bioscience

Stem Cells in Menstrual Blood

March 19, 2010

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: Santa Barbara Independent] – One of the major barriers preventing widespread use of stem cells in therapeutic clinics is the great difficulty of collecting a large number of stem cells from any single person. But this isn’t because our bodies don’t have many stem cells; they are, in fact, present in most tissues. Rather, there are few tissues that freely shed their cells on a regular basis and in great quantity.

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